Larry Thompson has been in front of audiences for 30 years. Larry is at home helping the audience laugh, learn, and let loose. He has told stories on mountain tops and in valleys from New Mexico to South Carolina and many large and small places in between. Larry tells cowboy tales, folk tales, and home-grown tales and guarantees to make the audience smile. He has published three books of his own stories, including his newest book, Good Jeans and Good Rhymes; a collection of western poetry. He is a previous champion of the Houston Liar’s Contest and was voted “Least Forgettable Performer” at the 2012 Trembling Hills Rehab Center Friends and Fish Cook-off. He is past President of the San Antonio Storytelling Association and is past President of the Board of Directors for the Tejas Storytelling Association.